Sadie Sink does not want to say goodbye to Stranger Things. 

In season two of Stranger Things, the young actor made her debut as Max Mayfield, which served as her breakout role.  

Sink has developed over the past six years alongside the Stranger Things group as a whole, including Millie Bobby Brown, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, and Noah Schnapp. 

With Stranger Things season 5, the series will come to an end. It will undoubtedly be an emotional experience for the cast, who have spent their entire lives working on the show together. 

In a recent interview with Today, Sink described her upbringing on the Stranger Things set and what it will be like to leave the show behind. 

The Max actor predicts that season 5 will be “emotional,” “terrible,” “ugly,” “frightening,” and “sad,” among other things.  

Despite this, she finds the prospect of moving on to the next chapter to be “exciting.” 

Sink admitted, “We know that it’s happening and that it’s the last season, so it’s going to be emotional I’m sure.  

Spoiler-free, just with the way my character ended in Season 4, I have no idea what is going to happen. 

According to the Duffer brothers, Netflix executives were in tears after hearing their pitch for Stranger Things season 5.